31 Oct 2013

U.S. P.I.G.: Judge Defeats Challenge To ‘Medical Gag Order’ On Health Risks From Fracking

Pennsylvania authorities have denied a doctor the right to challenge a so-called “medical gag rule that prevents him and other physicians from warning the public about the health dangers associated with fracking.
RT: Dr. Alfonso Rodriguez of Dallas, Pennsylvania filed a lawsuit against the state last year, asserting that Act 13 of 2012 forces medical professionals to enter “a vague confidentiality agreement” that prevents them from having a completely honest dialogue with patients.
A gas flare burns at a fracking site in rural Bradford County, Pennsylvania.(Reuters / Les Stone) Hydraulic fracking involves drilling through underground shale rock with the help of chemicals - many of them toxic - to release natural gas. Earlier this month, a research team out of Duke University examined Pennsylvania wastewater and found what they described as “alarmingly” high levels of radioactivity, salts, metals, and other potentially harmful sediments.
Yet the “medical gag rule” forbids doctors like Rodriguez from going into depth about the health problems that chemicals from fracking can cause. Critics have said the bill’s passage, and the court’s refusal to grant Dr. Rodriguez the right to speak freely with his patients, is an indication of just how entrenched the oil and gas lobby is in state politics.

Digital Apartheid in The New Millenium - Max Keiser

Alex Jones: Alex welcomes Max Keiser to the program via Skype to discuss the state of the World economy, the plans of Obamacare and other programs to bankrupt America and how we can bring these facts to light.

Europe moves nearer Japan-syle deflation trap with shock price falls

ECB Banksters warned they must take immediate and pre-emptive action to head off the risk of full-blown deflation by next year
Ambrose Evans-PritchardBy All key measures of eurozone inflation fell dramatically in October, stunning the markets and leaving the region dangerously close to a Japan-style deflation trap.
Consumer price inflation (CPI) plunged from 1.1pc to 0.7pc, the lowest since the financial crash in 2008-2009. This is a massive downward surprise,” said Gizem Kara from BNP Paribas.
A string of debt-crippled states are now sliding into deflation, with Italy buckling over the late summer. The underlying rate is even lower once austerity-linked tax rises are stripped out
The shock data came as EMU-wide unemployment jumped to a record 12.2pc in September, with a further 74,000 people losing their jobs. Youth jobless rates reached 40.2pc in Italy, 57.6pc in Greece and 56.6pc in Spain.
“This is playing out in a very similar way to Japan in the early 1990s,” said Albert Edwards from Societe Generale. All it needs now is an unexpected recession and Europe will slide into outright deflation. The risk is a trade shock from Asia. That is when the markets will start to panic."

Rosalind Wiseman Calls For Society To “Listen To Boys”

By : Sometimes within a group, the focus can be so intense on events within its own immediate focus that it can miss an event that constitutes progress, especially if there is no direct nexus to the group and its idioms.
As we busied ourselves battening down the hatches for the  20/20 assault starboard, and simultaneous Daily Beast port side approach, we can be forgiven for missing the neutral merchant boat behind us, willing to provide us much-needed supplies if we only asked. That boat was the release of Rosalind Wiseman’s book, Masterminds and Wingmen, and more importantly, the tone of the discussion about our boys it demands.
On October 17, on the Al Jazeera-America program Consider This, educator and author Wiseman and host Antonia Mora discussed the book, which centers around how parents, siblings, teachers and educational staff (3 of the 4 being mostly women) miss opportunities to meaningfully communicate with our boys, in favor of simplifying them as “simple creatures” who just “move on” from emotional trauma and daily difficulty, thus isolating them to their own “deeply emotional lives” that certain sectors of society presume don’t exist. She points out, among other things, that we box boys in to always looking for a sexual angle with women (predator paradigm), and that we erroneously label almost all taunts and calls for physical tests as “bullying” behaviors, when they are usually bonding exercises that boys should not be shamed out of.

Lying Liars Who Lie: The Problem With Anonymity And Secret Courts

By In a recent Daily Mail column, Peter Lloyd argued that men accused of sexual crimes deserve the same anonymity as their accusers, given the lifelong consequences of even facing an allegation. Any published allegation of sexual misconduct, sexual assault, sexual harassment or rape will turn up in Google and social media searches for the rest of the accused’s life, and that is an injustice in and of itself, particularly when the accused is exonerated. Lloyd’s suggested correction is to afford the accused the same anonymity as the accuser.
In making his argument, he hits upon a very important, reluctantly discussed aspect of rape, and trial by media:  what do we do with false allegations?

 To say this [anonymity] doesn’t matter is not only patronising, but irresponsible and sinister. It also smacks of some darker gender agenda.
Ironically, women like Bindel are enraged at the concept of pre-conviction anonymity for men, yet so few of them are equally outraged by the false accusers who betray the sisterhood (and the real victims of rape) with their lies.
Yet these women are damaging rape justice more than pre-conviction anonymity ever could.

Red Queen Syndrome - Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert with Gregor Macdonald

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert, discuss the Red Queen syndrome of running to stay in the same place - from money printing to fracking, more and more capital and energy are deployed just to stay economically even.

Why Drone Kill List Obama(The Baby Bomber)Care Must Be Stopped

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Orwellian USA: Google, Yahoo react angrily to NSA’s collection of our data as it was sent over their fiber optic cables

By Madison Ruppert: Both Google and Yahoo expressed outrage at the report of the National Security Agency’s access to the data traveling over the fiber optic cables linking company data centers.
This comes shortly after it was revealed that the White House both knew and approved of the NSA’s surveillance of major foreign allied leaders along with international outcry in France, Mexico, Spain and elsewhere.
The Washington Post reported on Wednesday that the NSA has the ability to collect information “at will” from hundreds of millions of Google and Yahoo accounts, citing documents leaked by Edward Snowden.
The documents show that the NSA, with the help of GCHQ, can apparently copy massive amounts of private data as it is transported across fiber optic cables between Google and Yahoo data centers around the world.
David Drummond, Google’s chief legal officer, said the company was “outraged” by the latest revelations.
However, Google has had a tight relationship with the U.S. intelligence community for quite some time now.
“We do not provide any government, including the US government, with access to our systems,” Drummond said.
Yet the earlier reports of the Prism program seemed to indicate just that.

“US Fiscal Failure Warrants A De-Americanized World,” Liu Chang and Jeff Brown, “Baba Beijing’s Belly Laugh Felt Round The World”

By Paul Craig Roberts: Xinhau is a news agency of the Chinese government. The Chinese government sees Washington as a largely spent power. Liu Chang puts Washington’s loss of uni-power status very concisely.
After you read the official commentary (below), read Jeff J. Brown’s commentary on Liu Chang’s report.
Jeff Brown is an American citizen who has worked in Africa, the Middle East, Europe and China, where he has lived for 10 years. He in fluent in English, Portuguese , Arabic, French, and Mandarin. Recently, Jeff Brown published a book, 44 Days Backpacking In China available from Amazon.com.
If you have not recently visited China, this book will give you an idea of the rising superpower, while the bankrupt and de-industrialized US disappears into Third World status.
Americans have been sold out by their “leaders.” America, looted and depleted by Wall Street and the military/security industrial complex, is sucked dry like the victim of a spider’s web.
China has the manufacturing and industrial power that America had before Wall Street and the corporations sold out the country. Russia has abundant natural resources. A China/Russian alliance is the consequence of US hegemonic behavior.
Moreover, both Russia and China have recently emerged from their existence under police states comparable to the one that is rising in the US. Countries that have recently lived under police regimes are not interested in returning to them. In the presstitute American media, both China and Russia are portrayed to be the police state that, in reality, now exists in the US.

Hell just froze over for the MHRM on WCCO Radio Minneapolis

By There are first times for everything. Some of us in the MHRM suspect that is just urban legend; an overblown myth that we disprove in the course of our daily lives as activists.  As it turns out, however, it is true. There is indeed a first time for everything.
The truism now includes fairness from the mainstream media.
Today I was interviewed by Chad Hartman on his WCCO Radio show in Minneapolis, Minnesota. As you will hear in this interview. Hartman did a great job of remaining impartial. He asked incisive, pointed questions, but did not in the least sound like he had been swallowing criticism of this site and this movement ala The Daily Beast’s Tod Kelly. It actually felt like I was being interviewed instead of interrogated. - PE Source
Paul Elam: I met a fair man in the MSM.

30 Oct 2013

Misandric Mass-Debating On Feminism, British Brainwashing Corporation

Men On Strike: Dr. Helen Smith on Fox & Friends + Birdshit for brains at Birdee.com

By Probably the single most important book published on men’s issues this year is Men On Strike, by Dr. Helen Smith, which you can and should buy and share with all your blue pill friends. You can get it here or here or from any decent bookseller.
Dr. Helen Smith was recently interviewed about her book on Fox News Network. Fox in general has had both positive and negative things to say about her book and message, but she handles things masterfully, we find. Source

Apartheid Zionist US Israel Lobby Trying To ‘Sabotage’ Iran-US Nuclear Talks: James Petras

The Israeli government has very close relations with its proxies in the United States, essentially the principal Zionist organizations, who are very heavily funded and have financed the electoral campaigns and provided direct contributions totaling over 100 million dollars over the last 30 years and actually have financed 230 politicians in the US Congress and over 50 senators,”
UK BANNED Press TV: Having failed to convince Washington to launch a military strike against Iran, Israel lobby in the US is now focusing its efforts to sabotagethe nuclear talks between Tehran and the world powers, an American professor says.
In the face of that problem of not being able to mobilize the United States to go to war with Iran, they’re focusing on strangling the economy,” James Petras, Bartle Professor (Emeritus) of Sociology at Binghamton University, New York, told Press TV on Wednesday.

He was referring to reports that the US Senate is ratcheting up pressure on the White House to tighten sanctions against Iran in line with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s demand for more pressure against Tehran.

On Monday, Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Robert Menendez (D-NJ) said that the Senate aims to cut Iran’s current oil exports to 500,000 barrels per day.

NSA secretly accessed Yahoo, Google data centers to collect information - Snowden leak

Google data center RT: Despite having front-door access to communications transmitted across the biggest Internet companies on Earth, the National Security Agency has been secretly tapping into the two largest online entities in the world, new leaked documents reveal.
Those documents, supplied by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden and obtained by the Washington Post, suggest that the US intelligence agency and its British counterpart have compromised data passed through the computers of Google and Yahoo, the two biggest companies in the world with regards to overall Internet traffic, and in turn allowed those country’s governments and likely their allies access to hundreds of millions of user accounts from individuals around the world.
From undisclosed interception points, the NSA and GCHQ are copying entire data flows across fiber-optic cables that carry information between the data centers of the Silicon Valley giants,” the Post’s Barton Gellman and Ashkan Soltani reported on Wednesday.
The document providing evidence of such was among the trove of files supplied by Mr. Snowden and is dated January 9, 2013, making it among the most recent top-secret files attributed to the 30-year-old whistleblower.

Eradicating the Faith Virus

A Conversation with Peter Boghossian
SM: Stefan Molyneux and Peter Boghossian discuss the new book "A Manual for Creating Atheists" and the steps that can be taken to eradicate the faith virus.

How Police, Military and Sovereigns Are Tooling Up For Disorder

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By John Ward: Some things economic may be slowing down in China, but one outfit doing very well is the Hongmen company in Guangdong Province. Hongmen makes a range of crowd-control products, absolutely vital if one is to embrace the peace-loving free market mentality of neoliberalist capitalism in total….and keep anyone keen on expressing an opinion firmly in one place. Founded in 1997, the gate manufacturer has over 2,000 employees including 30 engineers. It’s also innovative, with over 150 patents to its name.
hongmen2Its biggest-selling line is the aptly named Controlgate, in that it sounds like a secret tool used by fascist freaks, and is exactly that: an expandable fence of gates that (says the blurb) “enhances your options for the best crowd control”.
craigWBut the actual product design was dreamed up by Craig Winton (left) of Winton Custom Controls, a Canadian company. Craig says he has ‘an ongoing commitment and passion for ongoing development of new gate features and designs and constantly seeks out new market sectors for its products.’ I’m sure his passion will keep ongoing, and I’m equally certain that, given what’s coming, he’s onto a winner here.
There’s a large subsidiary, for instance, based in Glasgow

The Secret Plans For London - Why The Financial Crisis Has In Reality Been A Financial Revolution

The financial crisis through which we have all suffered (by 'we' I mean the ordinary man and woman), will turn out to have been less of a crisis and more of a revolution.

Ironically, if you have been in a well-paying job, in banking, consulting, IT, head hunting, recruitment, or any of the adjunct functions which serve the City and the financial sector; or you have been in the professional classes, the law, auditing and accounting; or the tame and timid regulatory agencies, the financial crisis has not really caused much damage to you in the longer term.

Chinese Street Food Made From 'Gutter Oil'

china slop gutter oilBy Mamta Badkar: The next time you consider eating Chinese street food you might think twice.
The use of gutter oil it turns out is pretty common. This refers to a process of pulling waste oil from sewers, grease traps, waste from slaughterhouses, reprocessing it and then selling it as cooking oil.
These screenshots from a Radio Free Asia (RFA) video via Max Fisher at The Washington Post show a woman in Shenzhen pulling "slop" from a gutter.
The "slop" then ends up in "processing" plants where it is processed with other animal fat through filtration or boiling.
The oil eventually make its way to "street vendors and hole-in-the-wall restaurants" that use it as "recycled cooking oil." Watch the entire video below:

Misandry: The End Game

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Feminazi: Gone with Jaclyn’s wind - Male victims have been taken off the grid

By Preamble: In the midst of the stirring tornado of ABC’s pending 20/20 article on A Voice For Men, Paul Elam, and the Men’s Human Rights Movement (MHRM), feminist Jaclyn Friedman, who was also interviewed by the ABC show, blew in on the coat tails of a Daily Beast article to weigh in on the subject of how she has been digesting events.
In Jaclyn’s habitat, there is a foul and ominous odour beneath the sheets. Since, according to her, the MHRM are all dogs, it is easiest just to blame the stench on them.
There are many canards in the coal mine of Jaclyn’s article about the MHRM that quite quickly die of gas. She starts by declaring that “the rise of men’s rights activists is hurting women – and men.” The next trouser trumpet is her insistence that the MHRM is an attack of men against women, and she finishes with a melodramatic avowal to “make a peaceful human chain to blunt [our] hate and counter it with love.”
Above all else, Jaclyn emotes that the most “particularly insidious” thing the MHRM does is what she calls a “canny co-optation of social justice lingo.” Yes, there are scary men out there who are… gasp… using words! And, according to her, they’ve stolen these words from women.
Jaclyn’s difficulty in accepting that men are permitted to use a dictionary is meant to cause us concern. The MHRM’s terrifying ability to use words effectively even caused The Daily Beast to “[paint us] as a legitimate movement.” Oh, the horrors.

Man buys $27 of bitcoin, forgets about them, finds they're now worth $886k

Norwegian man discovers $27 bitcoin investment now worth more than enough to buy a flatThe meteoric rise in bitcoin has meant that within the space of four years, one Norwegian man’s $27 investment turned into a forgotten $886,000 windfall.
Kristoffer Koch invested 150 kroner ($26.60) in 5,000 bitcoins in 2009, after discovering them during the course of writing a thesis on encryption. He promptly forgot about them until widespread media coverage of the anonymous, decentralised, peer-to-peer digital currency in April 2013 jogged his memory.
Bitcoins are stored in encrypted wallets secured with a private key, something Koch had forgotten. After eventually working out what the password could be, Koch got a pleasant surprise: 
"It said I had 5,000 bitcoins in there. Measuring that in today's rates it's about NOK5m ($886,000)," Koch told NRK.

Silk Road fluctuations

In April 2013, the value of bitcoin peaked at $266 before crashing to a low of $50 soon after. Since then, bitcoin has seen large fluctuations in its value, most recently following the seizure of online drugs marketplace Silk Road, plummeting before jumping $30 in one day to a high of $197 in October.
Koch exchanged one fifth of his 5,000 bitcoins, generating enough kroner to buy an apartment in Toyen, one of the Norwegian capital’s wealthier areas.

29 Oct 2013

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Intelligence Officials Confirm White House, State Department Approved Surveillance Of Allied Leaders

By Madison Ruppert: Current and former U.S. intelligence officials confirmed that both the White House and State Department knew about and approved of surveillance of the phone conversations of allied foreign leaders, according to The Los Angeles Times.
This comes after it was revealed that the National Security Agency (NSA) spied on the phones of some 35 world leaders and has led to outcry in Spain, France, Mexico and Germany along with consideration of an anti-NSA resolution in the U.N.
Officials previously denied that President Barack Obama and those close to him knew about the eavesdropping of individuals at the highest levels of friendly governments.
Officials at the NSA and other intelligence agencies are reportedly upset and are under the impression that Obama is in the process of distancing himself from the activities and putting the blame on the intelligence community,

Stop Stealing to Pay for Hobbies!

Stefan Molyneux: Confronting voids in primary relationship, technology as an excuse to revisit communism, stop stealing my money to pay for your hobbies, how children experience the world, trying to hug ghosts, how not to overcome laziness, influencing behavior/owning results and connecting to your feelings to find ambition.

Ignored Reality Is Going To Wipe Out the Human Race

By Paul Craig Roberts: To inform people is hard slugging. Everything is lined up against the public being informed, or the policymakers for that matter. News is contaminated by its service to special interests and hidden agendas. Many scientists or their employers are dependent on federal money. Even psychologists and anthropologists were roped into the government’s torture and occupation programs. Economists tell lies for corporations and Wall Street. Plant and soil scientists tell lies for agribusiness and Monsanto. Truth tellers are slandered and persecuted. However, persistence can eventually win out. In the long-run, truth sometimes emerges. But not always. And not always in time.
I have been trying to inform the American people, economists, and policymakers for more than a decade about the adverse impacts of jobs offshoring on the US economy. The word has eventually gotten out. Last week I was contacted by 8th grade students competing for their school in CSPAN’s StudentCam Documentary Contest. They want to interview me on the subject of jobs offshoring for their documentary film.

America is a strange place. Here are eighth graders far ahead of the economics profession, the President, the Congress, the Federal Reserve, Wall Street, and the financial press in their understanding of one of the fundamental problems of the US economy. Yet, people say the public schools are failing. Obviously, not the one whose students contacted me.

Spot the Whistleblowers: Follow the (Lack of) Money

corbettreport: If there is one thing that defines our current political era, it is the unprecedented crackdown on government whistleblowers. If the Bush administration's invocation of the little used State Secrets Privilege to silence those exposing corruption is taken as the beginning point of this era, we have seen a steady progression throughout the past decade, culminating in Obama the baby bomber's unprecedented war on whistleblowers.

The Men's Rights Movement - Ryersonian Report + ''Equal'' Rights for Women + Male contraception funding needed! Vasalgel

By The Ryersonian did a surprisingly good job, at least better-than-the-usual-piss-poor job, of covering the Men’s Human Rights events in September of 2013. We thought you’d want to see it for yourself. These are the journalists of the future. Source

Bitcoin Resistance Starts Here! - Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert with Simon Dixon

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert, discuss the revolutionary solution that takes money and power from those who hate and gives it to those who will no longer wait for celebrities and pundits to cogitate, agitate and debate whether or not wristbands and hashtags - oh so quaint - can stop the plunder and pillage by the conmen, hucksters, and banksters backed by the state. Yes, bitcoin. The currency is already creating economic value across Africa, China and the developing world while Brits destroy economic value by moving their money into yet another corrupt bank.

DANGER AHEAD: EU PC Lunacy Passes First Stage

eulogotitleSix weeks ago a mad ‘anti-discrimination’ proposal passed the EU Civil Liberties and Justice Committee. It is now an Assembly vote away from becoming Law.
By John Ward: Some of you will have read about this issue elsewhere – The Slog commented upon it in outline form some months back. But for the information of anyone concerned about what free speech really is, I thought I’d give you an update.
About five weeks ago (On September 17th to be precise) a draft Bill proposal by a Group calling itself the Framework Statute for the Promotion of Tolerance was put before the European Parliament Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs. I know nothing about the outcome of this meeting, beyond the fact that it wasn’t thrown out amid loud cries of “Are you joking or what?”
This is one of many proposed clauses in the suggested legislation:
“defamatory comments made in public and aimed against a group (…) with a view to (…) slandering the group, holding it to ridicule or subjecting it to the false charges” may be considered group libel and, therefore, may be treated like acts of intolerance — as well as hate crimes.”

False Alarm: Obama Will Continue Spying On "Allies" After All

In a dramatic change of events that is a) sure to not win the administration any goodwill point with the citizens of the free, or enslaved, world or their insolvent leaders so desperately reliant on the US for day to day funding, and b) will confirm the state of complete policy chaos that is at the core of the Obama administration's handling of the ObamaPhone spygate (where for some reason the fact that the US spied on foreigners, as it should, has taken far more precedence over the NSA intercepting and recording each and every domestic communication, with neither checks nor balances), the earlier reported news originating from the Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee Dianne Feinstein, who said that "the White House has informed me that collection on our allies will not continue, which I support" was a fabrication. Instead, as The Hill reported shortly thereafter,  "A senior administration official on Monday rejected Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Diane Feinstein's claim that the U.S. has halted intelligence collection against its allies. In a statement released earlier Monday, the California Democrat said that the White House "has informed me that collection on our allies will not continue."  But the administration official called that statement "not accurate."

Convalescent euro zone seeks to escape debt overhang

By Paul Taylor: As the euro zone's weakest members crawl through their longest recession in history, their prospects of recovery are weighed down by a crushing mountain of debt far heavier than before four years of financial crisis.
Italy, Greece, Ireland and Portugal all have public debt to legally 'inviolable' private banksters well in excess of annual economic output and risk a Japanese-style "lost decade" of grindingly low growth and high unemployment as they slowly repay their way out of trouble.
The average ratio of debt to gross domestic product in the 17-nation single currency area stands at 95 percent - lower than in the United States and far less than Japan but dangerously high for ageing societies that cannot individually print money or devalue.
The official European Union line is that each bailed-out country must clean up its own mess and grow its way back to health without debt relief or mutualization, except perhaps for Greece, which has long been declared a special case.

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28 Oct 2013

Obama asks Eric Schmidt if “Bitcoin is Anything He Has to Worry About”

By Michael Krieger: Here’s a story recently related to me by a guest at a White House dinner, which included Google’s Eric Schmidt: The president, whose most important job is surely to protect the integrity of the monetary system, smugly asked Schmidt if Bitcoin, one of many growing challenges to currency hegemony, was anything he had to worry about.
- From a USA Today article titled: How CEOs are Clueless About Technology
If the above is accurate (and I have no reason to suspect it isn’t), it is priceless information on so many levels. First of all, rather than ask about Bitcoin in an inquisitive manner free of prejudice as a enlightened leader surely would, Obama is merely primatively wondering if he needs to “worry about it.”
Actually Barry, if you had any sense and foresight whatsoever you would be looking at it as a great opportunity. An opportunity for the nation to lead the way in growing the Bitcoin economy and shed the archaic, feudalistic monetary system we are currently enslaved under. However, since you work directly for the oligarch money manipulators themselevs, you are clearly and disastrously unable to see things in a more productive and beneficial way.
Second, as I highlighted earlier this year, Eric Schmidt had no clue what Bitcoin was when Julian Assange first mentioned it to him in a lengthy interview in 2011. The initial exchange went as follows:

Just Another BPD Mom + A “guilty pleasure”: Ignoring the feminist narrative

By It’s day 28 of Domestic Violence Awareness Month for Men and Boys, the invisible victims of domestic violence. Like many men featured in the In His Own Words series, “Jimbeaux” fell in love with and married a woman with Borderline Personality disorder.
She abused him and their son. She made false allegations. She tried to alienate their son from him. When the son was finally able to tell the judge that he wanted to live with his father and his reasons for doing so, BPD mom rejected the boy in retaliation and embarked upon a costly legal campaign undoubtedly fueled by borderline rage.
While Jimbeaux and his son were able to get away from their abuser, they paid a price. Jimbeaux is in debt thanks to a corrupt family court system that time and again enables and empowers malicious, abusive women bent on destruction. His son suffers the scars of having a BPD mom, as do most children left in the sole care of a BPD parent for any significant period of time.

"There Is A Revolution Going On" Liberty is the Answer + Ron Paul On Faux Fed Transparency: "Believe Me, The 'Big Stuff' Is Done In Secret"

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OXI Day: This poem about Greeks will touch your soul

HALC: Auslander was an accomplished American poet and the first Consultant in Poetry for the Library in Congress. In 1943, he published a collection of poems, The Unconquerables. Each poem was dedicated to a different German-occupied country. Here’s his poem about Greece:
An Open Letter to the Unconquerable Greeks
Joseph Auslander
I write this letter to you on my knees
In the night,
O people of a thousand Thermopylaes,
And every word I write,
If it be worthy somehow in your sight—
Sons of Solon, daughters of Pericles—
Will blaze with light.
Regard this letter
As token payment long since overdue
From your eternal debtor—

Institutionalized Misandry: Letter to Temple University administration - A Voice For Male Students

By Summary: a student at Temple University was expelled and has his life in ruins over a false rape claim. After providing this brief backstory, the remainder of the submission is my “friendly” email to Temple University administrators. The primary purpose of this submission is to expose the names of those involved and highlight for the public how and why administrators like them do what they do.
Since this is a large university (26th largest in the US), they have many administrators who handle student affairs, making it hard to pinpoint which one worked with the Title IX Coordinator on this particular case. However, they only have one Title IX Coordinator (Sandra Foehl). Since she must oversee all accusations of sexual assault and is the overarching authority on gender equity compliance, we know she had a hand in this. That is why I call her out by name, and why we can nail her to the wall on this one.

Bitcoin hits $200 but where did this digital money trend really start?

internet-money-pd-insideBy Will Bancroft: In recent days bitcoin has surged past the $200 price level. That’s a bit like the Dow blazing past 15,000, which it did in May. Bitcoin’s market cap is once again over $2 billion on the back of stunning 50 percent price rises in less than two weeks.
Digital currencies have come a long way and although still niche, illiquid markets, their evolution continues at a rapid rate. But when did these disruptive, digital money trends get started? I think you can trace it to the early 1990s, well before crypto-currencies had even been conceived.
The first developments in this new money trend started with the marriage of the oldest forms of money – gold and silver bars – expressed in the 1s and 0s of the information age. After David Chaum, a mathematician started his DigiCash experiment in 1990 – it ultimately failed – and other pioneers filed patents for digital gold payments systems, the action really got started in 1996 when eGold was founded by oncologist Douglas Jackson and attorney Barry Downey.

The Subjectivity of Price

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US Big Brother is Coming to Your Car

By Michael Krieger: This is a topic that has been on my radar screen for a while, but one that very few Americans seem to be paying attention to despite the egregious revelations concerning NSA spying that have emerged recently. I first flagged this issue in late 2012 in an article titled: Coming to Your Car: Mandatory Black Boxes That Record Everything.
The latest push for tracking devices in cars is being sold as necessary in order to raise funds to pay for the nation’s decayed highway infrastructure. For example:
 As America’s road planners struggle to find the cash to mend a crumbling highway system, many are beginning to see a solution in a little black box that fits neatly by the dashboard of your car.
This is simply idiotic. There is already a tax per gallon on gasoline, so people are already being taxed based on how much they drive. Only a control-freak, moronic government bureaucrat would come to the conclusion that the solution to this problem is to install Orwellian tracking devices in people’s cars.
More from the LA Times:
WASHINGTON — As America’s road planners struggle to find the cash to mend a crumbling highway system, many are beginning to see a solution in a little black box that fits neatly by the dashboard of your car.

The devices, which track every mile a motorist drives and transmit that information to bureaucrats, are at the center of a controversial attempt in Washington and state planning offices to overhaul the outdated system for funding America’s major roads.

Feminism: A Hierarchy Of Entitlement - Betty Friedan Is 'A Complete Cunt'

maslows-hierarchyBy In 1963 Betty Friedan started second wave feminism by identifying the woes of women as “The problem with no name.” The reason it had no name is because it wasn’t really a problem. Well, okay, it’s a problem for people who don’t have actual problems.
Twenty years earlier, Abraham Maslow developed his Hierarchy of Needs theory which provided a ranking system placing types of human development on a pyramidal scale. The base of the pyramid consists of survival or physiological needs which must be met before the next level, safety, can be sought and so on up through the progressive levels that follow; love/belonging, esteem, self-actualization, and self-transcendence at the apex.
Betty had a degree in psychology but it seems she missed the lectures on Maslow. Either that, or she was unable to grasp the concepts because he avoided “crippled, stunted, immature, and unhealthy specimens” like her when he chose subjects to construct his theory.
Here is a graphic of Maslow’s hierarchy to explain what sorts of problems normal humans face.

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BBC/NHS: Double-horror as UK public weal hit by hate-crime

By John Ward: Everything the Conservative Party is going to do from here on is going to be predictable. At least, that’s the impression one gets looking through the ‘news’ this morning.
24 hours after Grant ‘Who am I?’ Shapps threw down the gauntlet to the Beeb, in marches Berkeley-Hunt to tell us that The NHS risks losing public support because of a BBC-style culture of excessive pay and payoffs. I don’t think the NHS is losing support at all, but we can see that the two familiar hate-targets are still clearly in the rifle-sights. And in rigid military order, ‘Ministers’ the Torygraph tells us, are falling in behind the march: they want to strip the Beeb of its right to cover crown-jewels sporting events.
Guess which satellite news company has built its viewership on sporting events?
I don’t like overpaid NHS management getting fat salaries either, but whose idea was it again to create an internal market in the NHS? I don’t mind Hunt telling them they need a reality check on pay. Can we now therefore hope that his colleague the Chancellor will write to all senior investment bankers proffering the same advice? Is Dave ‘four pullovers’ Cameron going to read the Riot Act to the six energy suppliers who’ve been ripping us all off when wholesale prices stayed flat as a pancake?
But when the electorate’s thick, and truth is thin on the ground, stuff like this will happen.

Jeremy Scahill on Media Venture with Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras: "We Hit the Jackpot"

KontextTV: Jeremy Scahill talks in the clip about the new media venture with Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras funded by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar.

29 Incredible Facts Which Prove That Poverty In America Is Absolutely Exploding

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By Michael Snyder: Did you know that the number of Americans on welfare is higher than the number of Americans that have full-time jobs?  Did you know that 1.2 million public school students in the U.S. are currently homeless?  Anyone that uses the term "economic recovery" to describe what is happening in the United States today is being deeply insulting to the nearly 150 million Americans that are considered to be either "poor" or "low income" at this point.  Yes, things are great in New York City, Washington D.C. and San Francisco, but almost everywhere else economic conditions continue to steadily get worse.  The gap between the wealthy and the poor is at a level that America has never seen before, and this is beginning to create a "Robin Hood mentality" that could cause a tremendous amount of social chaos in the years ahead.  Anger at the "haves" in America continues to rise at a very alarming pace, and the "have nots" are becoming increasingly desperate.  At some point all of this anger is going to boil over, and you won't want to be anywhere around major population centers when that happens.  Despite unprecedented borrowing by the federal government in recent years, and despite unprecedented money printing by the Federal Reserve, poverty in the United States keeps getting worse with each passing year. The following are 29 incredible facts which prove that poverty in America is absolutely exploding...